I believe the word you want is, "Circumnavigate", meaning
peri - It is a prefix in Greek that means around or about
the prefix tri is both latin and greek. it means "three of"
The prefix "mono-" derives from the Greek language. The equivalent Latin prefix would be "uni-".
The prefix tri- is Greek and Latin.
Nona is a Latin prefix.
It was Greek first and then absorbed into New Latin.
Greek and Latin and Sanskrit.
No, penta- is a greek prefix. The Latin prefix to indicate an amount of five is quint-.
cent- is a latin prefix which comes from the Latin word "centum" meaning "hundred"
It is actually a germanic prefix.
Well, both, actually. It is akin to the Latin in-, and to the Greek an-.
"Against" is the English equivalent of the Greek prefix "anti-." The preposition contra is the Latin equivalent. An English derivative of the Greek prefix is the noun "antagonist." An English derivative of the Latin equivalent is the adjective "contrary."
Spect- is Latin for See or Look
Greek, from the Greek πέντε (pente). The Latin equivalent is quinque; which is where words such as quintillion come from.
Greek klados - to strike
The syllables 'mono-' make up a Latin prefix that comes from the earlier, ancient, classical Greek prefix of the same spelling. The original meaning of the Greek prefix is alone. The Latin prefix also takes on the meanings of 'lone' and 'single'.
uni (latin) mono (greek) both of them mean one
Epi, the prefix means before or on
It' s greek. Χρόνος (khronos) in greek means time.
Centi- is Latin, meaning a hundredth of a unit of measurement.
If you mean the prefix "uni-" (unicellular, etc.), then it comes from the Latin word unus, meaning "one". (The nearly-equivalent prefix "mono-", however, comes from Greek.)
Neo is a Greek prefix meaning "new".
A prefix comes at the beginning of a word. Prefixes have meanings from the Latin or Greek language.
Dorm- refers to sleep as in dormant or dormitory. Somn- Latin prefix Hypno- Greek prefix
It comes from latin, meanning four.
The prefix sect means 'cut'. It comes from a Greek and Latin root word.
Hex or Hexa is the prefix for six. It is most commonly find in hexagon.
The Greek prefix for 11 is hendeca- and the Latin prefix is undeca-. Please see the link below for more information.
10. (i take latin and greek)
In-, from the Latin prefix, meaning not; con-, from the Latin prefix, meaning with. The word originally comes from the Latin 'sequentem'; a participle form of the verb 'sequi', which means 'to follow'.
pseudo-, poly-, multi-, -itis
Greek: Hydro- Hydra- Latin: Aqua- Aque-
The previous answer here was "greek". Unfortunately, this is incorrect; perhaps it was a guess? The correct answer is Latin; reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_and_Latin_roots_in_English .
The Greek/Latin prefix ques- or quis- means to inquire. Example: Question - to ask about something.
The classical Latin and Greek languages are the sources of 'octa-'. The syllables represent a Greek and Latin prefix that's borrowed by the English language. Use of the prefix gives the meaning of 'eight' to a word.
Big three; Latin equi- and par-, Greek iso-
Prefixes meaning 4 are quad (Latin) and tetra (Greek).
A prefix is the beginning of a word. Prefixes often have meanings from the Latin or Greek language.
i think it is latin because seven in latin is, septum like september september use to be the 7th year, hope this helps you!
Yes, although distantly.
There is no Latic or Greek root for sci. The word prefix sci- comes from the modern English "science".
It could either be the Latin form of undec- or the Greek form of hendeca-.
It comes from French, but is related to Latin pessimus (worse).
Afebrile. A- means without. Febr- is the prefix in medicine that means fever, from Latin. Febrile means there is a fever or something related to fever. A similar word from the Greek uses the prefix, pyr-, meaning fire, and is pyrexia (fever).
The prefix tri comes from Latin tres, meaning three and Ancient Greek τtria, also meaning three.
What is the Latin prefix for 'in-' in English
Deca-, from the Greek deka, is a prefix meaning ten. Decem is the Latin word for ten
Iso is a Greek root meaning 'equal', compares to the Latin 'equi' or 'par'.
The Greek word Î²Î¯Î¿Ïƒ (in Latin letters, bios) means life and is a prefix in such words as biology, or biosphere.
Con-, com-, or co- is the Latin-derived prefix denoting the condition of being or doing together; syn- or sym- is the Greek-derived equivalent.